The Republic of Congo: a rich but unexploited mineral potential

The Republic of Congo: a rich but unexploited mineral potential

Ministry of Mines & Geology, Republic of Congo, in association with AME Trade Ltd. are organising the 1st Congo International Mining Conference & Exhibition (CIEMC) taking place at the Palais des Congres, Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, from 3 – 4 October 2013. The main theme of the event is: “The diversification of the Congolese Economy through realising the potential of its mineral resources.”

The Republic of Congo has got a rich but unexploited mineral potential. It possesses some of West and Central Africa’s largest deposits of iron ore and other discoveries in Gabon and Cameroon could make the country a new worldwide iron ore hub. In addition to that Congo will become soon a worldwide top-10 producer of phosphate rock.

CIEMC-I will be a turnkey event covering the opportunities and challenges associated with doing business in the Republic of Congo’s rapidly growing and potential filled mining industry. It will feature two days of conference sessions, a trade exhibition, interactive workshops and technical excursions. Participate at CIEMC as a delegate, exhibitor or sponsor.

CIEMC 2013: For further information contact CIEMC Organizing Committee at or +44 (0)207 700 4949.

This entry was posted in African News, Republic of the Congo. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply